Who would have thought that fans would eventually get exactly what they want? It's been three years since the whole #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement has started but the time has come to see what the director had originally envisioned for Justice League. The Snyder Cut of the DC Extended Universe flick is finally here and it's as explosive as expected.
The Justice League Snyder Cut is set to the song Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen and features some never-before-seen footage of the superheroes. For instance, we get to see a shocking look at the future with what appears to be a destroyed Justice League building. Each character gets some screentime as well and there's even a glimpse at Vic Stone playing football. Interestingly, Barry Allen's unexpected meeting with Iris West is in the trailer as well.
Overall, the Snyder Cut looks like a completely different film from what was seen in the theatrical release. Luckily, we'll get to see just what Snyder had planned to the movie next year.
Snyder confirmed that the Snyder Cut will be cut into four parts which would be one hour long. In addition to that, he confirmed that people who don't have HBO Max might get a chance to see the new Justice League as options are being discussed with Warner Bros. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.
Zack Snyder's Justice League has not yet been given an official release date. However, it is expected to premiere on HBO Max by 2021.